Aquarius Weekly Horoscope – Apr 16, 2018 – Apr 22, 2018
You might be tempted to give in to a desire to stay home rather than go to work or finish your tasks. This might be something you should schedule in because it’s important to get the rest you need, but perhaps not right at the start of the week. Get ready to relax with a capital R, though. If you feel tired, the sun’s move into Taurus and your home sector on Thursday can be like returning to the womb. This is your opportunity to nurture yourself and replenish your energy. If someone calls with an exciting project, don’t immediately say yes and commit to it. You need this time to get back in touch with your body and restore your spirits. With cautious Saturn and powerful Pluto turning retrograde in your spiritual zone, you could be ready for some self-inquiry and inner work, and this works best when you’re at peace with yourself.
Is an ex back asking for another chance? Or did you look for and find someone you used to date on social media and now you’re wondering if you should contact them? Things happen for a reason, Aquarius, so if you still feel a connection, why not go for it? There’s comfort in the familiar. Feelings can be confusing over the weekend, especially when you’re torn between two equally appealing options. This is one time your friends’ opinions could be useful.
You’re ready to take a gamble. You dislike being stuck in a rut and resent any job in which you have to do the same thing every day. If there’s a chance of adventure or challenge, you’re always up for it. The good news is that your risk taking will pay off. Use this period to promote yourself in the best possible way.
You’re working hard to get your debts paid off so you can enjoy a better quality of life. Reach out with phone calls and letters to companies you owe money to in order to arrange realistic payment plans. At the same time, spend some on family, romantic partner, and creative pursuits. Balance must be maintained.
You may find that a subtle sense of anxiety that has been with you for some time begins to ease off. It’s as though you’ve been living on your nerves, and this has caused you to be more tired than usual. You may feel as though a weight has been taken from your shoulders over the days and weeks ahead.